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Weekly Shout Outs: Presidential Debate Edition

Weekly Shout Outs: Presidential Debate Edition

It seems all anyone can talk about is tonight’s final presidential debate. While we won’t barrage you with political opinions (we’ll leave your friend’s Facebook posts to that), we are dedicating this week’s shout outs to issues that are more important than ever as the election comes up. So take a look at some of our favorite posts from the…

Weekly Shout Outs: Columbus Day Edition

Weekly shout Outs: Columbus Day Edition

Happy Columbus Day! In honor of the holiday, we’re dedicating our shout outs to some great pioneers of personal finance blogging. Take a peek at our favorite recent blog posts covering many topics from budgeting to earning extra money, frugality to paying off debt, and building a savings.

Weekly Shout Outs: Family Edition

Weekly Shout Outs: Family Edition

We talk a lot about personal finance on this blog, but one aspect of that we haven’t discussed as much is the challenge of planning finances for a family. That’s why we’re dedicating this week’s shout outs to blog posts that address this subject. In the excellent links below, you can learn about everything from preparing your family for emergencies…

Weekly Shout Outs: Retirement Planning Edition

Weekly Shout Outs-Retirement Edition

Have you thought about saving for retirement lately? I know, I know, retirement may feel like a million years away. But the fact is if you want to spend your golden years laying in the sand, traveling, or just generally relaxing – not sitting in an office – then you need to start planning now (regardless of your age). That’s…

Weekly Shout Outs: Biking Edition

Weekly Shout Outs: Biking Edition

Since The Great Recession began, people have been finding more creative ways to save money. One topic we’ve heard a lot about this summer is the idea of trading in cars for a bikes as a means of transportation. There can be many benefits to biking over driving including money saved on gas (which is better for the environment as…

Better Know A Blogger Roundup

Better Know A Blogger Roundup

We enjoyed doing the “Better Know A Blogger” series, and we hope you enjoyed reading it. After meeting many of the people we interviewed at the Financial Blogger Conference last week, we can say that they are as friendly and thoughtful in person as they are in writing. Here is a roundup of all the interviews we did, featuring a…

Weekly Shout Outs: Financial Planning Edition

Weekly Shout Outs: Financial Planning Edition

We’ve recently returned from the Financial Bloggers Conference in Denver and had a blast meeting some of our favorite blogger friends in person! In light of all the great things we learned on this trip, we thought now would be a good time to share some blog posts that talk about financial planning. Take a peek for information that can…

Better Know… Gyutae from Money Crashers

Gyutae from Money Crashers

This is a bonus “Better Know A Blogger” interview that we did at the last minute. Before today, we posted two per day, except on Saturdays and Sundays, leading up to the 2012 Financial Blogger Conference. The purpose of the series has been to introduce you to some excellent bloggers from all across the web who are able to shed light on topics…

Better Know… Philip from PT Money

Philip Taylor from PT Money

This is our 16th (and final, at least for now) “Better Know A Blogger” interview. We’ve been posting two per day, except on Saturdays and Sundays, leading up to the 2012 Financial Blogger Conference next month. The purpose of this series is to introduce you to some excellent bloggers from all across the web who are able to shed light on topics ranging from…

Better Know… Liz Weston

Liz Weston

This is our 15th “Better Know A Blogger” interview. We’ll be posting two per day, except on Saturdays and Sundays, leading up to the 2012 Financial Blogger Conference next month. The purpose of this series is to introduce you to some excellent bloggers from all across the web who are able to shed light on topics ranging from debt to saving money to investing….